Devin Shanley

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Third Time's The Charm


It took three tries, but the Packers finally found a way to shut down Adrian Peterson on Saturday. Once Peterson was bottled up the defense controlled the game.

Framing The Night


Sometimes numbers lie. Sometimes an answer changes depending on how you frame the facts. This week's performance by the Packers' offense shows why box scores alone don't tell the whole story.

Are We A Better Team Now?


It's a simple question with a complex answer, are the Packers a better team now than they were back in week 1? As the team travels to San Francisco to play the 49ers again it's a good time to...

Imperfect Performance


The Packers played a very good game against the Vikings on Saturday but it wasn't perfect. As a result we have a couple nominees for Dud of the Week.

Separating From The Pack


The Packers controlled the game on Saturday, but in a defense dominated night how can be separate the MVP nominations from Working Class Hero of the Week?

The Woodson Difference


The Green Bay Packers defense looked significantly better against the Vikings this week as compared to last week. The return of Charles Woodson is a major factor for this improvement....but is he...

Cleaning Up The Pass Offense


It's win or go home time now that the playoffs have begun. To keep their season alive the Packers need to avoid getting in a hole, force the game into Christian Ponder's hands, and clean up some...

Defining The Season


It’s déjà-vu all over again as the Packers once again face off against the Minnesota Vikings. Last year the Packers were one and done in the playoffs, but a big game from these five players should...

Can Woodson's Return Upgrade The Defense?


After a long wait, Charles Woodson returns to the field for the Green Bay Packers this weekend. How should his return affect a defense that has struggled with the Vikings this past month?

5 More Questions With The Daily Norseman


It's once again time to cross enemy lines and get a slightly different take on the upcoming game. Here are five questions with Ted Glover of the Daily Norseman.

Getting Back To The Basics


Beating the Vikings isn't rocket science. Stop Adrian Peterson. Control the tempo of the game. Tackle effectively. Too bad all this is easier said than done.....

Nelson & Wilson Probable - Cobb Questionable


The Packers look healthier than they have been in a long time for the final injury report of the regular season. The main question now is if Randall Cobb is ready to play on Sunday.

Different The Second Time Around


The Vikings pose an interesting challenge to the Packers this Sunday. Can the addition of Clay Matthews and Ryan Grant, along with the improving play of Don Barclay, B.J. Raji, and Dezman Moses,...

Safety Valve


If the Vikings are to have success against the Packers this Sunday they need to have some sort of passing game. Kyle Rudolph is going to be Christian Ponder's best target over the middle and in the...

Cooking Up A Challenge


James Jones has enjoyed a fantastic season so far this year, leading the league in touchdowns. Can he continue this success against the Vikings and their best cover corner, Chris Cook?

Anchoring The Line


The Vikings defense continues to feature a strong defensive line as the centerpiece of their defense. Can the recent promotion of Evan Dietrich-Smith provide the proper anchor for the gelling...

Who's Naughty? Who's Nice?


Merry Christmas to members of Packer Nation everywhere! As a Christmas treat we "acquired" Santa's giant list of naughty and nice and have published some interesting parts as they pertain to the...

Running Away With The Win


The Packers' running game came alive again this week thanks in part to some changes up front. Can one of those linemen win this week's Working Class Hero award?

The Airing of Grievances


The holidays are a time of forgiveness and setting aside petty differences. In that spirit there are no players nominated for Dud of the Week.

Feats Of Strength


We are kicking off the holidays right celebrating a Packers' win and handing out lots of nominations for MVP of the week.

Barclay Sick, Now Questionable For Sunday


Starting RT Don Barclay has been added to the injury report with an illness and is now questionable for Sunday. Could this mean that Jeff Saturday retakes his starting position after being benched...

Playing December Football: Keys To Victory


To get a victory on Sunday the Packers will need to get their ground game going, limit penalties, and stop Chris Johnson from making the big play.

A Final Push For DROY: Locker vs. Hayward


The Packers face another young quarterback who has been known to struggle and throw interceptions. Can rookie cornerback Casey Hayward take advantage of that and continue to build his resume for...

Winter Warriors


It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, but better yet it's beginning to feel like December. As the weather turns cold the Packers will look to their running game to help control the game and...

Lighting Up The Scoreboard: Rodgers vs. Titans' D


Aaron Rodgers has quietly put together another MVP type season. Can he make some noise this weekend against a struggling Titans' secondary?

Stopping The Home Run


Chris Johnson is a big part of the Titans' offense and a constant home run threat. It's up to Brad Jones and the Packers defense to stop him if they want to keep their hopes for a first round bye...

How Aggressive Is Too Aggressive?


The special teams for the Packers have been a consistent force throughout much of 2012, but with Mason Crosby falling apart and questionable trick plays being called is this consistency coming to...

Baffling The Bears: Week 15 Defense Review


Dom Capers continues to baffle the Chicago Bears and totally stop Jay Cutler....but was the improved defense for the Packers this week a sign of things to come or just Capers fooling the Bears again?

Getting Stronger: Week 15 Offense Review


The offense seems to be working out the kinds and nearly ready for the playoffs. Aaron Rodgers is looking sharper. The line seems to have found its starting five. Now it only needs a bit more...

Dominating Up Front: Working Class Hero


The defensive line gave a strong effort against the Bears and dominate the nominations for Working Class Hero of the Week.

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